Alabama & National Politics
Democrat Joe Biden turned Michigan blue after Trump won in 2016.
On the ground in Alabama, voters expressed a range of views about the undecided presidential election.
Alabama has gradually moved toward the possibility of medical marijuana.
The Associated Press reviews the states still in play and examines the reasons why they could still go to either Republican Donald Trump or Democrat Joe Biden:
The senator-elect referred to a Jones campaign ad critical of how Tuberville left coaching jobs at Ole Miss, Auburn, Texas Tech, and Cincinnati.
If he does, it could nearly seal the election for him.
Although President Donald Trump is leading the election in Georgia by around 100,000 votes, the state still has to count at least 236,000 absentee ballots.
Michigan has hit a new record for most votes in an election.
States once considered reliable Republican like Texas and North Carolina are changing and are more competitive. Georgia and Florida are also competitive. Where does that leave Alabama, which continues to be a staunch GOP stronghold? Historians and political observers believe the demographics are changing, but perhaps not as fast in Alabama as in the other Southern states.
Why wouldn't this election be anything less than a white-knuckle ride?
President Donald Trump's margins of victory in 2016 and 2020 are the largest back-to-back wins since President Franklin Roosevelt's massive victories in the state during the 1930s and 40s.
The GOP has won Alabama in every presidential election since 1976, when Jimmy Carter from neighboring Georgia was on the ballot.